tomara mukhe krsna-nama,--e bada vicitra
papa-ksaya gela, haila parama pavitra
tomara mukhe—in your mouth; krsna-nama—chanting of the holy name of Krsna; e—this; bada—very; vicitra—wonderful; papa-ksaya—nullifying of sinful activities; gela—has become a fact; haila—have become; parama—topmost; pavitra—purified.
"The chanting of the holy name of Krsna from your mouth has performed a wonder-it has nullified the reactions of all your sinful activities. Now you have become supremely pure.
Confirming the potency of the sankirtana movement, these words from the very mouth of Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu express how people can be purified simply by chanting the holy name of Lord Krsna. The Kazi was a Muslim mleccha, or meat-eater, but because he several times uttered the holy name of Lord Krsna, automatically the reactions of his sinful life were vanquished and he was fully purified of all material contamination. We do not know why the pasandis of the present day protest that we are deteriorating the Hindu religion by spreading Krsna consciousness all over the world and claiming all classes of men to the highest standard of Vaisnavism. But these rascals disagree with us so vehemently that some of them do not allow European and American Vaisnavas to enter into the temples of Visnu. Thinking religion to be meant for material benefit, these so-called Hindus have actually become vicious by worshiping the numerous forms of the demigods. In the next verse Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu confirms the Kazi's purification.
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